Book Launch! – The 4Sight Vision Support Ramblers Walks
Volunteer, Jane Aston, has been involved with 4Sight in various roles, for 30 years. 10 years ago, together with volunteer, Anne Tomlinson, they set up a Rambling Group for members living in the Mid-Sussex area.
The 4Sight Vision Support Ramblers is a walking group of blind and sight impaired people, sighted guides and guide dogs. The rambles are between 2.5 and 5.8 miles long and have a number of characteristics: most have few stiles, there are no very steep hills, there are not too many roads to walk down or cross, and there is good car parking at the start.
During lockdown, Jane used the time to bring together a collection of some of the most popular walks the Rambling Group have done together, to create a book!
There are 35 walks, mostly about 4 miles long, with a few longer, more demanding walks for a day out!
NOW Available for £7.99 plus £2 P&P (in standard print).
Please contact the team on 01243 828555 to order your copy.
Books are also available to purchase at:
- Burgess Hill Help Point
I have worked and been a volunteer for 4Sight Vision Support for 30 years. Volunteering has given me a great deal of pleasure and I have had many roles within the organisation. However starting the Ramblers has been a highlight. Members and volunteers are enthusiastic and really supportive of each other. It is fantastic to see people out, keeping fit, making friends and really enjoying themselves.
I do hope these rambles will help people to get out and enjoy our lovely Sussex countryside.Jane Aston